I sat on my side of the wall at a tiny marble table looking over the menu. Di Costanzo quietly watched and patiently waited for me to decide. The decision was easy - Up to you, Chef!
That was all the chef needed for him to burst into action. A serious series of dishes came from his side of that mini white wall, some that I have already written about here and here.
Some including this pasta dish - Di Costanzo's Linguine 'Gerardo Di Nola'.
with a creamy sauce made with codfish, garlic, and extra virgin olive oil...
and a mildly spicy puttanesca sauce.